Janja Garnbret is crowned bouldering world champion at the Sport Climbing World Championships in Bern with a flawless performance.
French double victory at the Sport Climbing World Championships: Mickael Mawem is the new Boulder World Champion, teammate Mejdi Schalck wins silver.
Natalia Grossman conquered all four final boulders at the IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Brixen and thus secured the gold medal. For the strong American it is already the ninth Boulder World Cup precious metal of her young career. The Korean Chaehyun Seo secured second place, the podium was completed by Stasa Gejo.
France's Mejdi Schalk confirms Hachioji's strong performance to win his second gold medal of the season in Korea. In the women's category, Miho Nonaka from Japan is back on the podium.
At the IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Hachioji, the men's podium is firmly in Franco-Belgian hands. Mejdi Schalck secures the second World Cup gold of his career, teammate Paul Jenft wins bronze. Between the two ended up Hannes Van Duysen, who gave Belgium its first World Cup podium with his silver medal.
Successful title defense: Natalie Bärtschi and Julien Clémence crowned themselves Swiss champions in the bouldering discipline on Saturday evening, April 1, in the L'Entrepôt climbing hall in Bulle. Jil Couture and Romain Sabatier win the title in the U18 category.
With her victory in bouldering, the Slovenian Janja Garnbret can be celebrated as a double European champion. Adam Ondra prevailed in the men's lead final and is now not only a new father, but also a new European champion.
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